Man United 1-1 Leicester: Watch match highlights and goals

Leicester City's Nigerian striker Kelechi Iheanacho (R) celebrates (Photo by LINDSEY PARNABY/AFP via Getty Images)
Leicester City's Nigerian striker Kelechi Iheanacho (R) celebrates (Photo by LINDSEY PARNABY/AFP via Getty Images) /
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Leicester City’s Nigerian striker Kelechi Iheanacho (R) celebrates (Photo by LINDSEY PARNABY/AFP via Getty Images) /

Manchester United and Leicester City couldn’t be separated by scoreline on Sunday. That outcome is arguably be due to the video assistant referee. Along with some Foxes carelessness in front of David De Gea. Watch the match action again.

First of all, if you want to hear the official explanation for Scott McTominay inexplicably avoiding a red card versus Leicester, there is a journalistic source attempting to justify the incident. At Foxes of Leicester, clearly we feel LCFC were hard done by against Man United. This is due to the VAR, and secondly the referee, as I see the unfair situation.

Nevertheless, Leicester felt like the better team, and still managed to produce some enthralling moves. Including a wonderful finish from Kelechi Iheanacho, following an exceptional tackle from Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall. All tied together by a fine cross on James Maddison’s weaker side.

You can see Iheancho’s header above. Full match highlights are also worth watching and can be accessed here, via YouTube.

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Are Leicester City in pole position to to sign Charles De Ketelaere?

Multiple in the know reporters claim that the East Midlands club are planning to target three signings this summer. And those particular prospective incoming athletes are set to provide competitive competition for startling eleven places. Additionally, there might be upto five or six acquisitions overall. Yet some fresh faces will potentially be periphery personnel.

The toured positions which shall be reinforced include: a centre-back, a box-to-box midfielder and a right-winger who, preferably, is predominantly left-footed. See Riyad Mahrez for an explanation there.

Charles De Ketelaere of Club Brugge is a Leicester-linked star of the Jupiler Pro League. This campaign De Ketelaere has produced a stunning 21 goal involvements in 32 appearances.

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A versatile player who can play on the wing and favours the left-foot; as well as an attacking central-midfielder and striker. Furthermore, the Belgium international – a country the King Power side seem to admire – is only age-21 so has even more development to come. If LCFC actually are in “pole position” to sign – FoL says take a chance.